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'Near-term prospects for the [auto] industry remain sluggish,' says the International Monetary Fund
The International Monetary Fund expects Iran's economy to contract by a massive 9.5% in 2019, while the growth forecast for Saudi Arabia is cut to just 0.2%
The International Monetary Fund says Germany, Europe's biggest economy, is laid low by a slumping auto market
The International Monetary Fund now expects China's economy to grow 6.1% in 2019, instead of the 6.2% previously forecast
The US-China trade war alone is estimated to shrink the world economy by 0.8% in 2020, the International Monetary Fund says
Travellers International buys back its shares at just P5.50 apiece, much lower than its IPO price of P11 back in 2013
On Monday, October 14, Rappler editor-at-large Marites Vitug talks to Jeffrey Ordaniel of Tokyo International University to assess President Rodrigo Duterte's pivot to China
Tourism, climate change and good fortune all weigh on the future of the loggerhead turtle population, which the International Union for Conservation of Nature lists as vulnerable
This year's pageant theme is 'Love The Difference'
Teen pregnancy and mental health seminars, sports clubs, and capacity-building workshops are among the initiatives the public can pledge funds to
The Philippines' Klyza Castro finishes the competition as part of the Top 25
Kristalina Georgieva also calls for a ramp-up in carbon taxes to address the other challenge facing the global economy: climate change
Authorities intercept more or less 8 kilograms of shabu from the passenger who arrived from Siam Reap, Cambodia, via Flight 5J 528
(UPDATED) President Rodrigo Duterte gets his first honorary degree from the Moscow State Institute of International Relations University, Russia's premier school for international relations which is run by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The group also urges the ICC prosecutor to 'cooperate' with the United Nations Human Rights Council which is conducting its own inquiry into the drug war killings in the Philippines
'Win or lose, I'm going to just give you the best show you've ever seen,' says Samantha
(UPDATED) Although Hazzaa al-Mansoori's mission was short – 8 days in total – it has been the source of great pride in the UAE, a newcomer to the world of space with ambitions to send an unmanned probe to orbit Mars by 2021
The 5% increase in the total foreign debt of developing nations in 2018 is driven by a surge in Chinese debt
(UPDATED) The tax department sues the now-defunct INQ7 for tax deficiencies
'Why will we open bags? We have x-rays,' says Manila International Airport Authority General Manager Ed Monreal, who adds that the 'specific need' to open certain bags will be determined by security personnel
'A little spanking here and there is necessary if it's called for,' admits one commenter
The first online gambling firm shut down by the Philippine government is up and running again after promising to settle P1.3 billion in unpaid taxes
The suspect, who was on a Philippine Airlines flight from Hanoi, Vietnam, escapes as customs agents try to check his luggage. He is eventually captured in Tarlac.
'It is a huge responsibility to be at the helm of the IMF at a time when global economic growth continues to disappoint, trade tensions persist, and debt is at historically high levels,' says Kristalina Georgieva
The video blogging contest is open to Filipinos aged 18 to 24 years old
Hazzaa al-Mansoori of the United Arab Emirates will spend 8 days on the ISS and will be the first Emirati and the first Arab on the orbiting laboratory
The newly opened Beijing Daxing International Airport in China is about the size of 100 football pitches
The Bureau of Internal Revenue stops the operations of Great Empire Gaming and Amusement Corporation
Malacañang criticizes 'On President's Orders' for being 'overly dramatized' and 'falsely portrays a dangerous Philippines and a murderous government'
23 fact-checking organizations from 17 countries work together to spot false and misleading claims during the international event
Law group Center for International Law or CenterLaw wants to cite in contempt the Office the Solicitor General and the Philippine National Police
(UPDATED) Hong Kong police fire tear gas and rubber bullets in the northern town of Sha Tin on Sunday, September 22
Well-known protest leaders accuse the Hong Kong government of using its police force as a tool to 'abuse the public power and to torture the people'
The Philippine Tax Whiz discusses the discounts available to persons with disabilities and which items are exempt from value-added tax
Cheap phones may be undermining your privacy, Britain's Privacy International says in new case study
Groundbreaking for the new airport is set for December
Greta Thunberg gets a standing ovation from students at The George Washington University where the ceremony was held
(UPDATED) The Commission on Audit finds that money given to informal settlers was 'excessive.' Clark International Airport Corporation says it has since stopped giving compensation to informal settlers.
'Those who don't pay or respond to your assessments, clamp them down,' says Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III
The Taliban also restores security guarantees for those working for the ICRC
How to end the deadlock between the national government and local governments over the Mandanas case decision, which expands the revenue base for towns and provinces?
The Israel president says: 'I have a directive: no intelligence connection in the United States, no spying... It's rigorously enforced without any exception'
The Philippine Tax Whiz discusses a method of lowering your tax liabilities the right way
The 2019 PVL Reinforced Conference winners hope to bring their champion form in their first international tourney
The two books will be available starting Sept 11 at Manila International Book Fair
The International Atomic Energy Agency official's visit comes a day after Iran announced its latest step in reducing its commitments to a 2015 nuclear deal
Cinemalaya 2019's Best Picture winner will be competing at the 24th Busan International Film Festival in October
Iran's atomic energy organization is set to announce Tehran's third round of cuts in its nuclear commitments since May
The Philippine Tax Whiz discusses the taxes when trading in shares of stock
The Bohol-Panglao International Airport extends operations until 10 pm after acquiring equipment that can handle night flights